Amy Loftus

singer/songwriter

Amy Loftus (E-RYT) has been an avid practitioner of yoga since 1997. She studied Ashtanga Yoga with Diane Avice du buisson at Yoga Source in Nashville, where she became certified to teach Vinyasa Flow in 2003. She has also studied with Erich Schiffman (conscious adjusting) and Jill Miller (Yoga Tune Up) among others. She has been a certified Yoga Tune Up teacher since 2010 and became a teacher trainer for Pure Yoga in 2011.  A former player at Chicago’s Second City Improvisational Theatre, Amy brings a sense of humor to class: “Some of the most spiritual and revered master teachers I have met were super silly and hilarious. While my practice is imperative, I still can’t take it too seriously.” A former Equinox teacher, for several years Amy’s classes were filled with people who appreciated her lighthearted, lifelong approach to the practice, allowing everyone to feel relaxed and at ease. She considers herself a student first and simply shares her practice.  Amy is also a singer/songwriter with several albums on i-tunes to date and numerous Film/TV placements. Her playlists are as integral to the class as creative asana, and Amy brings her guitar, singing to her students during savasana. 

Amy Loftus (E-RYT) has been an avid practitioner of yoga since 1997. She studied Ashtanga Yoga with Diane Avice du buisson at Yoga Source in Nashville, where she became certified to teach Vinyasa Flow in 2003. She has also studied with Erich Schiffman (conscious adjusting) and Jill Miller (Yoga Tune Up) among others. She has been a certified Yoga Tune Up teacher since 2010 and became a teacher trainer for Pure Yoga in 2011. 

A former player at Chicago’s Second City Improvisational Theatre, Amy brings a sense of humor to class: “Some of the most spiritual and revered master teachers I have met were super silly and hilarious. While my practice is imperative, I still can’t take it too seriously.” A former Equinox teacher, for several years Amy’s classes were filled with people who appreciated her lighthearted, lifelong approach to the practice, allowing everyone to feel relaxed and at ease. She considers herself a student first and simply shares her practice. 

Amy is also a singer/songwriter with several albums on i-tunes to date and numerous Film/TV placements. Her playlists are as integral to the class as creative asana, and Amy brings her guitar, singing to her students during savasana. 

 

 

Flow

Tuesday/Thursday

7:30am-8:30am

Yoga Tune Up

Friday

11:30am-12:30pm